Andy Murray commits to Queen's Club

Andy Murray
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Great Britain's number one Andy Murray will feature at the Queen's Club until at least 2016.

Andy Murray has committed to playing at the Queen's Club until at least 2016.

Having won the competition on two previous occasions, Murray has targeted further success over the coming years.

"Ever since I got my first ATP World Tour match win at the tournament seven years ago, I have always loved playing at the Queen's Club," said Murray.

"I've won the tournament twice, and I'm looking forward to trying to win it many more times in the years to come."

The Great British number one made his professional debut at the tournament in 2005.

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